Scarecrow by Garth Brooks.
Garth Brooks didn't want to make this album. But he did. Because his record label made him do it. After the Great Gaines Failure of 1999, Garth wanted to hide under a rock and retire until 2014. But his word is bond, and so is his contract with Capitol Records to print money.
Even for all that, though, it's not even that bad. There are many Garf albums that are worse or more objectionable.
We also learn that Cameron and Nathan have a hard time spelling "Beer run." How many Bs are in there, again?
- The album cover
- Sometimes, people confuse 911 and 9/11… Or 7-eleven and 9/11
- The DC snipers, which actually happened in late 2002
- Anthrax, and anthrax
- George Jones
- Dixie Chicks' controversy
- The pin-pen merger, a feature of many Southern accents (featured in the song "Beer Run (B Double E Double Are You In?)"
- Sonnets from the Portuguese #43
- ApologetiX… ew
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